Can’t Change Language on Adobe Photoshop?

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Techyv, please help!

I am trying to change the language on my Adobe PhotoShop CS5; however, when I try to do this I get an error message. I downloaded a language pack and followed the instructions. Why can’t I change the language? I’m not sure what I’m doing wrong. Does anyone know if there is something special I am supposed to do to change it?

Error message is as follows:

Adobe InDesign CS5 UI Changer Error

An error had occurred while trying to change InDesign's User Interface.

Please ensure that you have installed Adobe InDesign CS5 and you are running this application with administrator's right.

The following shows the error message generated by the system:

System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.

at InDesign_CS5_UI_Changer.FrmMain.ChangeUI(String Success Message, String Error Message)

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Answered By 20 points N/A #86766

Can’t Change Language on Adobe Photoshop?


Hi friend,

You downloaded a language pack that contains some fonts. You said you already finish all those steps for one time and it is still not working. Did you copy those fonts in your windows system? If you did not copy that then do it. Copy those fonts and paste them in windows font folder. If your windows installed in drive C then the location will be C:WINDOWSFonts.

Other option is uninstall that PhotoShop software and use one registry cleaner. Clean or remove its registry and then reinstall again. You also have to reinstall language pack. Then restart computer and open PhotoShop for catch language fonts.

Answered By 15 points N/A #86769

Can’t Change Language on Adobe Photoshop?


I will advise that you uninstall and reinstall the program and make sure that you choose the language that you want from the drop down menu where you are asked which components to install.

The default language is always English, so in case you need to change to another do so and also ensure you choose the language of your choice on the license page. Reinstall completely and not repairing to get good results. Uninstall the software then install it from the very beginning.

Hope this helps.


Answered By 0 points N/A #86771

Can’t Change Language on Adobe Photoshop?



If uninstalling and reinstalling doesn’t work. Try this one.

First, go to your hard drive (C :). Click programs and find your adobe folder. Search for LOCALES and then you will see your language code and support files. And it will show like this.

And then you will see a file that starts from tw.

It looks like this.

Click and rename this file,change the last three letters. Change DAT to bak.

So, instead of tw10428.DAT change it to tw10428.bak.

Go and restart your Photoshop again.

Hope this will help you.


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